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MobaLiveCD 2.1 Adds USB Drive Support

By • Sep 10th, 2009 • Filed under: Open-Source, PortableApps, Windows

MobaLiveCD is a little windows executable application that permits you to run your Linux LiveCDs directly from a running Windows without the need of extra hardware. It one of the many free ways to approach Ubuntu/Linux from Windows

Lightscreen Portable 1.0 Adds Support for Windows 7

By • Jul 8th, 2009 • Filed under: Open-Source, Windows

For Windows only: The guy at PotableApps.com have released version 1.0 of Lightscreen Portable. Lightscreen is a lightweight open-source application that has only one purpose, taking screenshots. With no in-built image editor, your screenshot files can be taken with a hotkey, and saved in the JPG, BMP or PNG formats, using a nomenclature of your […]

Password Dragon – A No-Install Multi-Platform Password Manager

By • Apr 11th, 2009 • Filed under: Open-Source, Ubuntu, Web Utilities

Password Dragon is a free, multi-platform, no-install Java application. This portable password manager requires Java Runtime Environment – JRE 1.5 + for its full-functioning and uses Bruce Schneier’s Blowfish algorithm for cryptography. Ubuntu: Being a no-install, unpack the zipped package, and run with $ java -jar passworddragon.jar

Run Linux Live CDs On Windows with MobaLiveCD

By • Sep 22nd, 2008 • Filed under: Open-Source, PortableApps, Windows

MobaLiveCD is a QEMU (a generic open source emulator and virtualizer) based stand-alone emulator, that lets you run Linux Live CDs on Windows without the need of any Windows configuration or extra hardware.

Three Top Open Source Maintenance Tools for Windows

By • Sep 22nd, 2008 • Filed under: Open-Source, Windows

Three free, open-source applications that can render your bulky and cluttered Windows PC, smart again and free from malicious-ware. Two of these applications are portable, so you can use them directly from your flash drive on any Windows PC you come across. All three have been tested on Windows XP.